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Re: Anyone see any risk here?

As a previously crappy, sometimes shady dude, and 10 years removed from it, I can tell you this:




It was the first thing that I used in order to get myself out of the cash only rut, and into the idea that I could manage my money better. Yeah, you have to pay a little to load them, but you get online interfaces that almost, just almost make you feel like a normal human being. You are able to see your accounts online, you are able to track.


It isn't a solution for everyone, but I think in your brothers case, this is the best solution; for now.



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